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Open only to Thomas Edison State University students enrolled in the BSN and the MSN degree programs and to nonenrolled RNs with a BSN degree.
During this course, students examine a comprehensive model of policy-making. Course emphasis is on the healthcare trends, forces, and issues that shape health policy. Students, focusing on the core elements of health policy analysis, examine how politics, ethics, economics, and social and cultural variables influence policy development and impact healthcare outcomes. Students also explore the leadership role of nursing in policy-making.
Semester Hours: 3
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